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Old June 10th, 2016, 02:00 PM
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Roof side seals for old 90

So the catalogs show the roof side seals between the tub sides and the roof sides are different for old 90s and newer 90s..... but are they really?

The old stuff shows to be one part for both sides MUC1333, S/S to AML710060/AML710070, different for each side.

The newer stuff shows to be ALR5056, one part for both sides again.

Is there any reason these are different? Or can I used the newer seal on my older 90? I do know that the tub cappings on the old 90s aren't one piece like they are on the new 90s. Maybe they made the older seals different to fill this gap?
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Old June 10th, 2016, 02:29 PM
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Hey Jafir,

On my 1984 Station wagon, the upper van side seals are LR053839 (Left) and LR053838 (Right). These are not interchangeable (sided).

Regarding the lower seals:
I've attached the part numbers of the defender lower van side waist seals. Note that there are a lot of numbers and none are cheap.

On my truck, which is a 1984, Mike (my truck's PO) used PN 333487, which is the Series lower seal and in addition to being cheaper, is also non-sided, meaning you can use the same part for both left and right.
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Old June 10th, 2016, 03:11 PM
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My VIN is even lower, so mine would be those that say to EA instead of the from FA.

So basically I can use whatever I want? I like that idea.
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My VIN is even lower, so mine would be those that say to EA instead of the from FA.

So basically I can use whatever I want? I like that idea.
I definitely would recommend 333487 instead of any of the Defender options. It's a very, very robust seal.
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Good to know! Thanks!
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